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Bakersfield, California
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MARTCOPA Gate City McKITTRICK Templeton Drug Co, PELrtiOWS Waggoner Nowa Dealer SHAFTER Shafter Drug Co. WASCO W. C. Thomas News Stand McFARUAND August Chandler The Callfgrnlan Carrier PET..ANO Mitchell Bakory TBHACHAPI Tehachapi News Stand GR'AP EVTNE McLarty'a Store 4 LEBEC Lebec Coffee Shop REWARD C. Christian TUPMAN Elk Hills Mercantile Co. For Rent—Houses **• FIVE ROOMS, unfurnished, 1824 Eighteenth street. Includes garage. $36.00 month. See Claudo R. Blodget, FrofeHsionnl bulldlny. 136 FUU HKNT— Unfurnlthed 4-room house. \Vit*r pat-1. Inquire of owner at 618 Lincoln Btrwl. 188 Fon KENT or ial6, 4-room houie at. 111! Orison. Phone B50-W, ISO KOH HENT— 4-roora unfurnliHaa home.' Hardwood floors, tils link, newly painted, 805 Eighth it rt at. SIX-UOOM furnUMd house for rent. Water and llfhti paid. Klcctrlfl wuher and lawlnf machine. Oarage. Garbage paid. 500 Kentucky itratt. FOUR-ROOM cottage, In court, Etil 11 ik en field. Omiluffetl furniture, automttlo heater, thower. Garage. Water paid. 197.00. Phone 1517-W. For Sale—Automobiles FOR. RENT—Furnished, room, 140. Water paid. Henry Bl»aler. modern 0- Phone 826. 12-27-tf rOATADLB 2-room eottatei fpr two. 12.00. $1.60 wtik; llihti. wHer free. Three rolln eait on Bdlion highway. lUlnbow Bervlco fltitloo, 1026 Nash standard sedan, ?85. 1928 En sex eoupo, now paint, rubber, $12D. I92& Ford Rport roadster, 6 wire wheels nnd trunk rjick, $175. ChryHlor 02 Bport coupe, $225. •J[t;U Do Roto de luxo coupe, $450. 3929 Ford coupe, $186. 1930 Nash coupe, $335. 1409 18th St. Phone 81U. IDS ar 1929 Dodge do luxe sedan, 6 w. w., $385. 1929 Hupmoblla Century 6 sedan, $350. ID2ft Bulck standard coupe, $235. 1927 Bulck Bodan, $146. TOP PHICJ3S PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 24th Phone 5888 .168 O. W WlkUNOrTAM, houie mom. Office S313 CheiUr avenue. Hnkcrifleld. - 141 SUPPLY of drulti and doctors' . Instrument! for idle, to cloie eltate. WrlU I*. B. Hull, Mo- 188 FOIl HAT-Fv— Wlns«r machlno, tailor ilto, 8180. Sous fine. Cheap If taken thti week. Phone S.lflii, or leo at Kgan Apartmanti. No. 5. IffO r --- j ----- r TT • ^ • •iii.iMia i •!. • ii — •— "i ^ — J-L- in.- ---u L Fruits and Veetables Legal Notices FOR SAIJir— Grapefruit, 11.00 par bw. Bring con- talnm. At Edlipn. rhone Sg-F-l. 188 • ------ — - — T - „— ri*i ~ __ r --ij_ii_i --- "j- . rr " ------ .1 ____ , _^_i__ j Poultry and Livestock ^^^^^^K^^^^rih^^^^^h.^bi^^h.^^hi^h.^^b.^^K^^b_^^^^^^b^^^^K_^^h.^^^^^b^^k^^h.^^k.^^^^^K.A ^^^^^r^ff^^f^^f^^f^^f^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^f^^^^^^^^f^9^*^^f^^f^^^^^^^^^ m COKK and milk-fattened hcW 4 c«nu « pound. Alio fine rib hit hty, CO cehti i bale. Fte« doll Tory of ton or more. Dairy hay, $8.00 ft ton. Wlldman Place, 1 ml to louth, H-mlle wait, H-mtle <outh Weed Patch utora. Igfl UNFURNISHED beautiful modern duplex, In re* striated reildentlal dlitrlct, JUnt, $M. Witir paid. 810 Qulney atfeet Phono 4148-J. 188 ONE furnlihed cabin. OM and llihti. $8. 8 -room houie. 113. 110 But Eighth itrcet. 186 CLASSIFIED COLUMNS CLOSE II A. M The Californian will not be responsible for errors in Classified Advertisements taken over telephone unless correction Is made Immediately after first Insertion. FOR ILBNT—Duplai, nicely furnished, romi, and garage.. Inquire 728 Twenty-fourth Btrfot. • rhona 1316-W. 137 UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT* Three-bedro'om house, hardwood floors, double garage, water paid, S40. Two-bedroom home, hardwood floors, neat and clean; garage, $26. Modern little homo for |20. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1818 Chester Avenue Phone 1298 u-ag-tf Number 2604 K street, three rooms, $12; No. 1669 D street, four roomu, $12; No, 1708 Twenty-fourth street, five rooms, $13. R. A. Moore & Bon, 1516 Eighteenth street. Phone 483. 138 JACK SEZ: ' 1980 Ford sport coupe, $215. 1927 Dodge Bedan, $66. • 1030 Ford truck, $285. 1927 Ford coupe, Rucks toll axle, bargain. 1981 Ford pickup, extra clean, $296. Lots of Other Bargains PAT'S CAR MARKET Phono 1724 2316 Chester Avenue , medium age, T. B.-teited, good family cow. Mllttlnf three Ralloni per day. 945. H- mlle north, ^-mlle will of cronrouli weit Boil* dala Hchool. C. A. Beaten. FOA t'ALK^— inr«t calf Jerney and Quern ley helftr with hotfor calf. ISO. 00. One «mn-|illon Quern ley and Jeriey cow, $80.00. One purebred Uuornifty bull, $100, and other I. Phone 8T84-J-3. 1M Jack Bundy, Manager 158 Wanted to TELEPHONE SI FOR CITY SERVICE Special An_noOT AUTO painting, 112.60 to $25; body and f wider work. Frlcei right. Auto repairing. Trono Paint &nU lupalr Shop, California and Baker. Phone 86T1-W. 1R9 FOUND — Male police puppy, 4 or 0 raonthi* old, well colored, black trout on tall about 2 Inches from body, lln narrow collar itudded with brats buttons, and iraall, plain bran band on collar. Friendly with children. Golden Slate Berrlce. Tenth and Union. rhono 3215 185 FURNI8HBD aputmenti, Nineteenth and I). Orerituffed farnlture. Prlrldalr*. 6-room houie, 1016 Oranfe. Apply 2081 Nineteenth itmt. grocery itore. rhona 8fi24-J. _ 1,46 AN ATTRACTIVE apartment In court. Reasonable. Truxtun avenue and A itreejU Oreennable. 137 HERE JT IS— A clean, cozy, convenient 3-room flat. Bath, anil big garage. 1H25 Thirteenth utrect. FOR SALE—1930 De Soto de luxe sednn, to settle estate, Sacrifice. Pftono 4471-R. 136 1929 WILLYS-KNIGHT 70-B coupe, fender well and trunk .rack, good paint, almost now tires. A-l mechanically. "Will sacrifice for quick sale. 289 Qulney street. Phone 4482-M. 135 BEAUTIFUL' 5-passonger Bulck 6 so- dan, original finish, Really must be seen to bo appreciated; one of the best buys wo havo ever hftd. $150 will handle. Cadillac Agency, Chester Ave. at 22nd. IBS 1980 FOUD rumble seat coupe, low mileage, new rubber, snappy new paint job. Mechanically perfect. Will take small car in trade and give terms. Phone 8791-W. 135 Radio, Musical Instruments GUARANTEED radios, now and ro- poH&essod pianos. Low prices nnd termn. All contracts carried by ua. Don C. Preston, Hotel Togeler Bldg. 15R "WANTED — Small cleaning and press- Ing business. Phono 210 or 1166-J. 12-81-tf WANTED to buy, ffood second-hand saddlou. Paul Hornung. 1606 Nlne- toenth street. 144 For Exchange— Miscellaneous EXCHANGE— Stuclebiker. (rood condition, for lome- one to dlio and harrmv 20 aerei of grain by fifteenth. Wilehelt. ono mile wait, one mile louth Panama. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the annual meeting: of the stockholders of Bakersfleld Mutual Building ftnd Loan Association will be held in Its office at 1509 Nineteenth street* Bakersfleld, Kern County, California, on January 11, 1983, at 7:30 P. M., for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to serve for the ensuing year nnd for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. HOWARD NICHOLS, Secretary. Deo. HO to Jan. 10, Inc. ^ NOTICE OP* ANNUAL MEETING OF 8TOCKHOUDER8 OF BAKERSFIELD HOME BUILDING COMPANY. Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOMB TAX SERVICE, AUDITS, 8 Y STEM 8 Suite 109, Prof ei ilon at Bulldlnt Phone 4561 h Clarification of certain sections of tho banking law Is,necessary, however, he said, '...-:'• 6. A sympathetic study of' the B tat a DR. B. BUZAN rilm«r Q r ad u at » J'alnlMi Sj-llem CftmM*t« KlKtrotheripy Servlc*. Foot Houn, 10 to IB it. m., 2 to 0. 7 to 8 p. m. ' Roomi ni.119.U8 Momn Building 1711 Chwttt ATinut DBlfl ' Udy Attwdanl Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of tho Bakersfleld Home Building Company will be held at the offloe of satd corporation at 1925 Chester avenue, In tho City of Bakersfteld, State of California, on Wednesday, January 18, 1933, at the hour of 3:30 p. m., for tho purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, nnd for the transaction of such other business as may properly como before tho meeting* U S. ROBINSON, Jan. 4 to 17, Inc. Secretary. f _ u • _ .. • --...-. NOTICE OF .MEETING Tho annual meeting of the stockholders of Calfldonla Building Association will he held on Tuesday, January 10, 1083, in Druids' Half at T;30 p. m., for tho purpose • of electing a board of directors and to transact such other business that may come before the meeting. ICELAND J. KUNTAN, Secretary. Jan. 4 to 10, inc. AUSTRALIAN BEAR For OOINO BAST— For ialo or rent 10 tcrei. 5-room houie, rtomeitio well. Ida M. Dull, Route 3. Box 13S. _ _ 133 FOIl HKNT— 40 acret. with ditch right and pump- Ing plant. Boute 8. Box 71. For Sale—Improved {farms LOST— Lady' i flat brown purio call 1713. 430 A ttreet. _____ Finder pleaio LOST— Black and white bird doc. Pointer. Yew old. Aniwen to nimo of "Shot." Reward. Phone 1385-R. 1ST KOK SALE — A small farm, one-fourth mllo wept of Bfunfluge and Oak Htrei>t. Phone 7B7-R. 135 ]For^ SaJe^Furnlture WALNUT-FINISH bedroom set, $22.60. Cano living room set, $13:50. Sevon-plocfl dining net, $10. IVAN L. HAMM Phono 341 1100 18th St. 158 2-l'IKCB v ft lour nvcrituffaa let, $17. 50; U-pkce tup PI try orcrituffotl set, $22.50; 0x12 Axmlmtef rue. $10. Davis Furniture Juichange, 2105 tiTfnne. 183 For Sal Miscellaneous 100 Personals PARTIES Ui&t took silver muikrat coat from Peacock Inn, New Yeart t»e, are known. Return tamp and avoid arreit. 183 TRADFV— Four icrei, modem 5-room houi*. to-dftto chic-ken houiw to ciro for 1000 chlpkcns, Own pumping plant. 1/x-iled right on edge of town. Trult for country or mountain rinch. Howard Nlcholi. Inc.. 1809 Nineteenth. 1 3 If (CASH AND CARRY ONLY) Lbs., Rccleaned, Highest Qrado a Financial Wanted I to WANT to rent, on iharci for cotton, 40 to 100 acre*. Hare largo working force. P. O. Box Arrln. Calif. 100 I..BS. HKN SCRATCH. $1.10. 300 lh«. recleuned wheat. $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mush (cotton bugs), $1.36. 75 Iba. ROLLED BAULKV. 60c. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSPIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf For Sale — Automobiles Immediate Service; No Red Tapo FLOYD DUNLAP 1523 Nineteenth Street Phone 391 158 $6.50 PER $100 FOR 1 YEAR (NO BROKERAGE;—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 6 Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phone 1053 158 DO NOT delay building. Can loan money for new home. Act quickly. Write Box 623, The Californian. 135 Business Opportunities FOB LEASE—HOTEL ARKELO. flO BOOMS. HOT AND COLD WATKK IN BACH BOOM. APPLY 9115 TWENTY-PIB8T 8THEKT. -PHONE 5524-J. 138 1981 Ford coupe, $825. 10S1 Ford coach, 1335. 1930 Ford coupe, $285. 1029 Ford coupe, $17C. 1929 Hubmoblle coupo, $250. 1930 Essex sport coupe, $27G. 1929 Ford 1%-ton truck, $195. 1927 Ford 1-ton truck, $BO. MANY OTHERS Atvoff^ViH xfl st\y USED GAR LOT Sixteenth and Cheater Phono 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 Over a period of 32 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. We continue to sell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf 100 pounds mash, In cloth bags, $1,35. 100 potindH scratch, $1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn. $1.20. N & ROSS, Olldale, Calif. 12-G-tf HORIZONTAL 1.Australian native bear. 6 To accumulate. 11 Extreme fear. 12 Last president of Harvard University, U. S. 14 Liberty. 15 Kinship on mother's side. 17 Falling in duty. IS Scope. 19 Frozen water. 20 Negative •word. 23 New England flsh. 25 Parasitic dIB- ease of aheep. 26 By. 27 Camera stands. 29 Sorrowful. 30 Varnish Ingredient. 31 Age. 34 Hardened. 38 Feminine pro*, noun. Answer to Previous Puzdc, . _ HHBSOffl " 14 Soil's ming limb. 16 Donkeys. 21 Either. 22 Money HI3HH • IzttOTIWM 40. To steal. 41 Onager. 42 Likely. 43 Possesses. 44 Softened barley. 46'Coneumer.. 48 Makes amends* 51 To ransom. 63 Clemency. 54 Strangers. 2 Native metals. 3 Fervent. • 4 Card game. 5 Branch. (Beer. 7 Japanese badge of family. 8 Judgments. S Caterpillar hair. 10 Hurls. 55 War wronc rt- UTo mark; out. dress (pi.). 13 sayings of a VERTICAL religious 1 Custodian. teacher. 23 ChocoUU ' beverage* 24 Natural . power. 28 Chum. 32 Braided v thong. 33 Plea. In • ment. • 34 Menthaccoua plant. 35 Like. •36 Above. 37 Painter's workroom* 38 Lusters. 39 Injures. 45 Solitary, 47 Obeorved, 4ft Greek letter "H. h 60 Syria (at>br.)« 61 Rodent. 52 Prophet; Wfc* trained Samuel. BARGAIN* on freezer cmei, iralea, cuh resliteri, mnttt illcer, mlaurint flxturei. Complete, N»w •rid uied. __ Bhowcaia tif». 809 Bther. ISO OH A NO EH. ORANGES— L«go iWiCfniToli. |1,S9. Juice oruiKei. 00 centi. Double crata. Di- llfereJ. Phono 2652-W. 189 rAPEIUNO, pajntlnt and caxpcnter'i work. or contract. Very cheap for cuh. TtJephoni 5230. Shop. 110 Eiit Klghth itre«t. _ 185 Help Wanted— r TOUNO man 18-22, neat, to take orden with manager. Muit be istlifiecl with $18 par week at start. Bet Mr. Ottc, Southern hotel, between 7-8:30 p. m. 136 WANTED— Three Klrla to work way through school. Phone 887-J for an- polntment. _ 135 OIHL to do houie work. Good home, imaJl wagei. Phone 5406 or 3187-J fTcnlngi. _ 137 THOJtOUCin, reliable woman, to do housework. 55 rents an hour. Call S276-J. _ Help ^ Wanted-^alesmen MEN WANTED for Kawlelfh city rout« of 800 consumers In and near cltlri of IlikfnfltH and Suit a Paula. He II able hustler can start earn* ing $25 weekly anil incrento rapidly. Wrlto Immediately. ItawleUlt Company. Department CA'4-V. Oakland. Calif. _ *^-— — —^^^^^ - i-n-L-i»» i _ _____!! »^— ^^ _ __Situations Want^— Male WANTED— Pruning by day, hour or contract. Phone 9-F-2. _ 135 LAWNS raked by power machine; pruning; yard cleaning, by contract. Kitlmatcs uilhout obllga* tlon. A. Koop. gardener. Fliune 2105- J. 1ST • Situation s Wan ted —Female LAUNDRY wonted. 10 pounds wet, 90 centi; rcutfh dry. 40; fUt finished. 70; all finished, 00; 5 eents eitra on shirts. All work vutrant'tid. Vhone 1274. OU Pacific. TJSKD CAHS FROM A DKPIGNDABLB D1SAL1CR 1925 Butok sedan, $100. 1929 Ford 3-nxlo truck, $350. li)30 Ford coupe, rumble seat, $100 down. 1931 Do Soto sedan, $176 down. 1029 Dodge D. A.*Bedan, $125 down. 1931 De Soto 8 sedan, $125 down, BAK13RSFIKLD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth nt Q. Phone 2286 158 DOUULABB: CABH I'AU> FOIl CAUH. 2105 I 1928 1'ontUc coupe; A-l ihipo iiul tlrei, Ilviy. IIM. 1025 I)cxU0 ititttii; two new trlri. A-l. Only t70. \VOOI>— Ilemtmber 1'eoplt'i Wood Vtrtf. All klntli. dellferect. honeit meuum, $2.50 per tier and up. 1720 Pacific itrert. • Phone 2366. in FINK— denning, prenlng, ropilrlng, altering, Uilltfl' and inen'i garments. Ftrit-clau work. Low prlcei. 2430 L KreeU Telephone 2710-W. 1ST' FOU HALJ'>-L*rue houie at 605 Tyler KrMt, Ford City, $3.10 rut) or $400 firms. Phone 8749-11-3. Jit, fi. Box lasA. nakfriflMd. 185 PFJEPFER & KNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Service on all makes. New and used wuHhors nt big burfrnlnu. 1001 NUen 8trnet. Phone 41S2-W. 158 ^0-INCH oak. $5.00 tier; nucalyntui. $,i.r,o tier; cotton wood, $3.25 tier; block wood. 93.00 tier: 12-Inch oik wood, M.OO tier; cotton wood. $2.75 tier; Mnrk wood. $2.75 tlor. 470 Waihlnetnn Olid i Id. Phone 8282. 135 Business Cards ^-••-•-*^-*-*~*~-**—** -—- -**-— — — — — 1 * " ^ m * ^ ^'^^^*r^^^^^^*f^^^^^f* SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET BWBAT8 ttttDUCINO Colonio Irritation ' . iNsnrum op nTDnannoiiApt 1818 y Btutt P M m. to 0 p. ra. Phont SOC» LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry B*rr)c« Unfiicilltd—Th»t Ii Our BloitR Ten Dlff«r«nt Strvlcw and Zorlfl Odorlen Dry Cltuiins CITIZENS L4UNDBY ' * ^ BiiUMth and O Btreati ' Phon* 151 fc^^^^fc^^laifc^fc^J^M^^a^^^^.^^^^J^^^^^^^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ _^ j. ^ ^ m m^ ^ »^ • A* - 4_ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"^•^•^^•^••^^^^•^^•^^^^•^•^••^•^^^^•^^^^^P^^^i^^^H****!^^ BOB WELCH RIDING ACADEMY County fart Boad. Phon* 87I8-B-H Will-trajntd laddla Hon«i, 70 etnti hwr. Bpaclal rat* for ehlldrtn until January a. 16 yeari and und«r, 45 o«nu hour Horiei bought and told •W^IV^V^BB^^^^^^^^ 1 Notices ^^^^^^^^^^fl^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^Bh ^^^^^^^^^F^^^^^^F^^^F^^^f^^^f^^^f^^^f^^ NOTICE OP THE HEARING REPORT OF VIEWERS ON PROPOSED ROAD No. 769. Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, of the County of Kern, State of California, , To Ail Non-Consenting Owners of the Hereinafter Described Lands, Take Notice: That the report of viewers heretofore appointed by the above-named Board to view and lay out proposed County Road No. 759 commenclnff at a point/ in the northwest quarter of Section Eleven (11); Township Twentynine J29) South, Range Twenty-nine (29) East, M. D. M., from which point tho northeast corner of Section Two (2) of said Township and Range, bears N. 29* 64' 30" B., a distance of 7208.47 feet, and running thence S. 43 • 66' 80" B. t a distance of 153.86 feet, thence on and along a circular curve of 600 ft. radius^ concave to the southwest, a distance of 386.69 feet, thence S. 0° 21' 80" W., a distance of 327.01 feet, thence on and along a circular curve of 1200 ft. radius, concave to the northeast, a distance of 692.71 feot. thence 8. 27! 66' 30" EJ., a distance of 1821.41 feet,'to Station "A," thence on and along a circular curve of 280 ft. radius, concave to the northeast, a distance of 407.49 feet to Intersect the California State Highway. Also, beginning at Station "A," and running thence S. 27* 56' 30" E., R distance of 2.40 feet, thonco on nnd along a circular curve of 220 ft. radius, concave to the northwest a distance of 370.98 feet to intersect the California State Highway, has been set down for hearing by the said Board of Supervisors at their rooms in tho County Court House in the City of Bakers- fleld, said County and State for January 16, 1933, at 11 o'clock A. M.. where any and all interested therein may npear and make objection there^ to If deemed proper. The said road will pass over, through and upon lands owned by: Estate of Louis Olcese. By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, made December 27, 1932. P. B. SMITH. County Clerk nnd ex-Officlo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Dec. 29 to Jan. 12, incl. n ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK- HOLDEBS OP THE BAKERSFIELD MASONIC TEMPLE ASSOCIATION. unemployment commission's report was urged alotfg with enactment of as many of the 1 commission's recommendations as the Legislature deems necessary. Ho urged "the necessity of constructive legislation to relieve the desperate, appalling distress of thousands of our citizens who, through no fault of their own, are denied the opportunity to • earn a living. 7. Tho Legislature Wa« urfced to do all In its power to assist the mining industry, including consideration of recommendations which may be advanced by the special mining committee he appointed. 8. The taxpayer who has been unable to pay the first installment of his taxes in 1982 should bo relieved of the penalty of 10 per cent. An; emergency measure should bo passed permitting "tho unfortunate cltiron to pay his first installment of taxes^wlthout penalty, if paid within a reasonable time." 9. Study was recommended of the question of extending the time of payments of second tax installments delinquent in April. 1983, and lessening of penalties which attach to such payments if delinquent, t 10. Enactment of remedial legislation was suggested with respect to (Continued From Pagt One) lid prevontorla, and reduction fro'm Ifc to $2 per bed case per week. TOis would save an estimated $600,000 ft bltnnium. The governor said that un4 »»»»*•»••»•••»* , *h •• V ^ " " ••••^^^ n**-r — — -~ -^, , der existing conditions state aid': to., tuberqulosls sufferers should be limited to notlvo caace . . Ch«ck Increases ] Pointing out the rapid increase in funds necessary for »tato old ng« *W ; under present laws, tho governor recommended steps bo taken to pro- vent any substantial increase over- present expenditures. In 1029, ho said. it was estimated, this form ^f relief would cost the state $502,008 p«r m- ennium. ,W»h .12,000 cases how- 'on the pension rolls, expenditure this . bl omnium will be approximately $3»27B,- 000, he said, and BO rapidly w«ro new oaves being added It was estimated tho cost for tho n«kt blennlum would bo 55,600,000. , . Tho governor watf-oareful to explain he did not recommend a decrease in stato aid to tho aged, but wanted to check tho present rapid increase of such outlay, /He outlined several proposals for handling .this relief without Increasing taxes. . . One method would pay such pensions out of the gasoline tax fund, the argur ment being It is better to economize on read building than on aid givou needy human beings. A second proposal was for. the state *» Notlco is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Balcerufleld Masonic Templo Association will be held in the Masonic Temple, 1920 Eighteenth Street, Bak- ersfleld, County of Kern, State of California, on January 11, 1933, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a board of directors, to servo for the ensuing year and for 'the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the mooting. WALTER MOUTENSEN, Secretary. Bakersfleld, Calif.. Dec. 38. 1932. Dec. 28 to Jan. 11. incl. penalties 'payable for redemption of to appropriate for the next blennixnn the same amount expended during the current blennlum, the money, to • be k turned over to counties on the basis of number of cases now on pension rolls. Counties would then assume full responsibility for caring for all needy aged. Third PUn The third plan, which the governor recommended as being "perhaps the most practical," was for tho state,to keep old age pensions within present bounds of legislation, providing care of the aged should be a local charge until persons are 76 , years old, after which the state would assist. "Thin can be done within the amounts the state can afford to pay," the governor said, "and if the counties respond to their duty, without causing distress to those who need such aid/' Belongs to Counties Care of the needy aged properly belongs within the counties, the governor declared, and argued the counties wefe In much better position to supervise such relief. He estimated his readjustment joint, state-county relief plan would saVe the atato approximately $2,137,000 during the next biennlum. Tho governor recommended the state reduce by 26 per cent Its participation with the federal government In advancing vocational education. He* estimated the state would save $166,- 000.In the next biennlum by this reduction. ' Lighten Weoat Taxes The governor urged the Legislature to give "hospitable consideration" to proposals to lighten local -tuxfa, pointing out approximately 80 per cent of the $500,000.000 annual cost of government In California is chargeable to political subdivisions. There are at least 7000 public bodies In the state authorized to collect taxeft,fhe said, the tax research bureau haVbig been organized to assist them. , X The governor said state employment agencies have rendered a signal public service in placing 191.424 men and women in Jobs in the last two years. Urges Start on Water— , The message also recommended an Immediate start on the statewide water program; rehabilitation of irrigation and reclamation districts; aid to the mining Industry; a moratorium on delinquent tax 'penalties; trust deed reforms to facilitate redemption of property; and making interest rates on mortgages after foreclosure tho as before. SCHOLAR COLLAPSES WASHINGTON, Jan. 4. (U. P.)—A Chinese scholar, David Yul, collapsed today while talking with Secretary of State Stimson In his office at the state department and was .carried to a hospital. Doctor Joel T. Boone, White House physician,* was called to render first aid. property from tax sales. * , . 11. If the "acquisition and improvement act of 1925," commonly called tne Mattoon Act, Is to remain on the statute books "It must be amended to correct the abuses heretofore encountered Jn districts where special assessments have been levied against land on i blanket ad valorem basis." 12. Legislation recommended placing deeds of trust that have defaults on the same redemption baals as mortgages. * Reviews Administration The governor commented in detail on the accomplishments of state departments and agencies during the last two years. He said the department of public works expended more than $82,400,000 on projects" of inestimable value to the people," and that the division of highways spent $64,208,839 in the 98 counties in construction or reconstruction of 1700 miles of roadway or for bridges. This work the governor said kept an average of 9000 citizens working at a time, and ho estimated more than $5l»- 000,000 of tho total cost of these projects went for labor. Fixed Charges The Legislature was urged to immediately consider reduction of fixed charges, totaling $86,267,000, which the governor has no power to cut. The largest portion of these fixed charges, Governor Rolph said, is the state's share of public school support, representing 56.G per cent of tho entire general fund budget. He suggested two means of attacking the school support problem; (1) reduce the mandatory apportionment for elementary and high schools from $30 to $24 per unit of average dally attendance, and (2) abolish the fixed apportionment and empower tho Legislature to Determine at each session, the amount of the state's apportionment for the ensuing biennlum. As ono emergency measure to aid tho general fund the governor recommended borrowing the $10,000,000 in the perpetual school fund, which consists of money from sale of school lands granted the state by the fed*. enU government Interest from Investment of the fund helps support elementary schools, .Federal law does not require tho money Bhull be held In a perpetual fund, the trovernor saldi artd urged a constitutional amendment to transfer It to the general fund. This would not affect the amount of interest returns which would continue to go to school support, he explained. Under the governor's plan the necessary constitutional amendment would be submitted to tho pcoplo at tho proposed special session. Social Legislation The governor described California ae In tho advance guard of states In matters of social legislation with.its aid to orphans, tho aged and blind, and to tubercular patients. But, ho added, "our ability Is not as unlimited as our sympathy and zeal." Which led him to recommend the state readjust Its support of these services. He urged emergency legislation to relieve tho state of a number of such fixed charges Immediately. He suggested repeal of tho law providing Sf3 per week for tuberculosis cases In pub- LIVESTOCK SITUATION GASOLINE ALLEY • Lost—One Uniform By KING FAMILY LAUNDRY, $l.6U a week. Kmythtn* finished. Call uit tkltrcred. Itioiiu 2291-U. 1613 BlitPcnth ttrttet. 135 WANTED—]£ouEBbeet>lHK Job in motherless houia. Go any place. P. O. Hor 24 J. WMCO. C»W. FHB.NCU WOMAN wtnti work. Phone USH-H. by day or hour. YOUNO GIUl> winti lioustMurk. Kootn. board NOBOOMS WE OM6BODV WAS POT we FOUND AKTTWIN MGW AB cove FIMD THC SHACK BOARDS SOM£ BNTRAN HOUR WALT OVGR WTH PBTS SNOW OM FORM UKJI BOOS OR OOT rrttit, Tfibun; For 'Re n t— Rooms KICK line roum, with brat, next to bith. Ot- Uouio iirlrlltffvi. llioiie 5241-W. 689 ttOOM and board. 19.50 per week. Comfort ablt toomi, plfuuit curroundliifi. IT** parking. Alio translem dlnnm, &0 ccnti. 2028 Nine- Utnth itre&t, Tetephon* »3r 8'VT'tf THE BUNGLE FAMILY MOTHER THAT WAS BOB •WHO JUST CALLED UP. I AND FROM WHAT HE SAID, I KNOW THAT HE FINALLY TOLD HIS FOLKS ABOUT THE ENGA6CMF.NT. Copy Boy OH PEGGY I'M SO...WELL, JUST GLAD. DID HE TELL YOU WHAT HIS PARENTS SAID WHEN HE TOLD THEM? OH NO, BUT WHAT WOULD THEY SAY....YOU MEAN THEY'D OBJECT ^^^r^^ fw ^f^^f^^^ r ^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ m ^^f ^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^P^ NOT EXACTLY. PEGGY. &UT ALL THAt SIG DETECTIVE HULLAftAUOO YOUR FATHER CAUSED THOSE NICE 6RUBRER& MIGHT HAVE...OH SORT OF TURN THEM AOAINST ALL BUNGLES.. I FOR A TIME. WHY MOTHER, FOLKS AWE! TOO SENSIBLE, TOO BROAD MINDED. FO* THAT. IF YOU MET THS>1 REALIZE:..* ANYHOW PEGflY I'M OO GLAD EVERYTHING TURNED OUT ALL RIGHT. I WASN'T WORRIED BUT.... WELL NOW WE CAN CONCENTRATE ON A WEDDING THAT WILL JUOT MAW; PEOPLE'S^ EYES POP OUT, CAN THE ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT TOMORROW By HARRY J. TUTHILL ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^k^^_^^^_^^^ ^^^^^k^b^b^^^^^^_^_ OH I'VE ALREADY ARRANGED TO TAKE CARE pr THAT DEAR. THERE'S NO HARM STRAIGHTENING THING6 OUT RIGHT NOW. THIS IS THE SOCIETY EDITOK CALLING NOW..., HELLO JOSEPHINE BUN4UC SPCAK1 _ ROOM anii bowif, JB ver~w«iT Homo rookod me all. Jloomi heated. Hot \valer at all houti. Shower and tub batht. .Large parking ipae«. TIP 3Uker firm, liaker Street Uoomi. 135 i Illlllll &OOM and board, hwna prtvllegec, phunc. cooking. >*reo parking. Walking cUitancu from town. 2326 Eighteenth ttrtH. 133 gUNNV. pleuint rooui, fuinace-heated. '. bath, Uftt of phone. Homo -cooked meals. Hea. »onabl» rat». 8glg Kljhte<-nth itrcet. ilOOM and board fur hot wnter. Lovely room with heat, aiul garage. I^nu 2U70-\\'. Hi! WKNT-— Nlro ,buUroom. Huurd. (Jardge. Laundry doue. 130 mtmUi. 12U £dchUi meet. 1&7 orr. ^T^"*V •'••• v **»*^k v b^ SSS! : By J. A. MoNAUQHTON L OS ANGELES, Jan. 4.—Livestock values dropped to the lowest levels in many years in' 1932, with the close of the year finding prices at the low ebb. What the Immediate future offers remains to be seen, yet it Is difficult to sense any substantial Improvement unless there Is n decidedly bettor tone In general business conditions, and greater employment. In any Improvement In business and Industry generally, stockmen nre In good statistical position to benefit. a& sup-plies of livestock are not burdensome under anything like normal demandar There fire sharply decreased numbers of cattle In feedlots, both In the middle west and the western country generally. These reductions were th* result of restricted credit facilities ana lack of enthusiasm on the part of cuttle feeders. Thowe who had BMP- plies of grain and other feed on hand, but lacked tho ability to finance purchases of. feeder cattlo or lambs, attempted to interest producers In the ideu of shipping them stock to be fed out on a co-operative or profit-sharing bnftls. While this theory sounds good on paper, it did not work out In a rnitlflfnatnry manner In the winter of 1031-W2. ^ There lire smaller supplies of' cattle on the ranges of California than during any winter In many year*. Likewise, the population of ewes has decreased and n smaller uprlnpr Inmfc crop than any tlmo In the past three yenrH Is forecast. Thus both the cattle and sheep, men have smaller, numbers on hand and uny' Improvement in consumer buying power may be expected to bring 1 nbout a more satisfactory price condition. That buying- power in relatively better In southern California than in nioHt other sectloiiH of tho country may bo realized when It Is seen that the total livestock • slaughter In Lo« AnireleH county Jn 1932 nff^rejcntod 2.G16.QOO head, 1 as against 2,407,681 head In 1931. Cattle and hog slaughter showed a good Increase, while "kill" of calves and InmbH showed n slight decrease from tho previous year, It Is ulao Interesting to know thnt Low Angela** county slaughterers are utlllz'wc 41.1 per mit of nil the cattle ulRUKhterod In the state, 50.1 per cent of the hojfH and 89.3 per cent of the sheep- nnd lambs. The SC llcensoa slaughterers In LOB Anj?t»les county a,rci thup converting well over 40 per cent of all the livestock slaughtered In tho state, despite the fact that there are 26 licensed plants In the San Francisco bay area ana 417 in other lee* tlons of the state. • " Los Angeles packing plants have operated at full capacity during the pnst twelve mouths and the fact that Btoak has been attracted here from more than a dozen states indicates that market prices at I*a Angelas ure relatively higher than at any other major packing center. University of^ California actontlsts have found that X-ray* increase th« poisonous effect of certain poisons muoh 00 £C per oent. • r j ' I i!

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